See also:vase, particularly one with an oviform
See also:body and a
See also:foot . The
See also:term urna was used primarily of a
See also:jar for carrying or
See also:water, but was also specifically applied to the vessel in which the voting-tablets (tabellae) and lots (sortes) were
See also:cast, whence its figurative use for the
See also:urn of
See also:fate from which are
See also:drawn the varying lots of man's destiny . The ashes of the cremated dead were deposited in cinerary urns, a
See also:custom perpetuated by the marble or other urns placed upon funeral monuments . The Roman urna was also a liquid measure containing
See also:half an
See also:amphora, or about 31 gallons .
See also:Modern usage has given the name to large
See also:silver or copper vessels containing
See also:tea or
See also:coffee with a tap for drawing off the liquids and heated either by a spirit lamp or, as in the older forms, by the insertion of a hot iron in a
See also:special receptacle placed in the body of the vessel .
LAKE OF URMIA (also spelt URUMIAH)
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